In February, 2016, a fisherman found a yacht adrift off the
coast of the Philippines. When he boarded the seemingly abandoned yacht, he
came across a grim scene: the mummified remains of a man slumped over in his
chair. Using documents found on board, they identified the man as 59-year-old
Manfred Fritz Bajorat from Germany. While it appeared that he had been dead for a prolonged
period of time, his autopsy revealed that he had only been dead for a week. Due
to the salt air and dry wind, mummification was advanced. While his cause of
death was never determined, it was believed he had suffered a heart attack. He
had been travelling the world on his yacht, Sayo, for the past twenty years.
Black cats are very often overlooked at shelters because they’re deemed as boring or bad luck. Nevertheless, this didn’t bother David when he went to adopt Scrappy - a black cat. After a few years, David noticed that Scrappy was slowly changing colour and developing patches of white throughout his fur. As it so turned out, Scrappy had a skin condition called vitiligo in which white patches appear on the skin of humans or on the fur of animals.
For the past 50 years, Jim Phillips has been collecting shed antlers, having a total of around 14,500. In cold climates, antlers shed yearly. He displays them in a 30 x 64 foot building which he constructed specifically for this purpose.
Wei Cheng Jian captured footage of a long green worm-like animal with a pink protrusion that looks like another worm crawling out of it. The creature is believed to be a ribbon worm, or nemertea. The ribbon worm generally lives at sea but has been known to crawl onto land. The pink worm-like appendage that appears to have a mind of its own is called a proboscis, which the worm uses to obtain food. (Source)